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This semester, Year 6 students at Kenmore South State School studied a range of current global issues. They used a range of recycled materials to create sculptures depicting a number of environmental or social issue. QLD State Coordinator, Peta Wilson was invited to a classroom gallery and was deeply moved by the issues portrayed in
John Curtin College of the Arts have utilised bins from Green Batch, the students collected PET plastic bottles that are recycled into 3D printing filaments which are then used by the school for their 3D printers. A number of schools are currently involved in the project and are taking great care and regard for the
To celebrate World Chimpanzee Day 2019, the South Australia Roots & Shoots team wanted to raise awareness of our closest living relative, so they asked their members to create and send in their original artwork of chimpanzees. Below are the marvellous entries we received. We love how every piece speaks for itself and showcases imagination, creativity and our favourite,
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